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Production: 'Act One' (See all 29 roles)

Aunt Kate (Supporting)

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Casting principal roles and understudies for "Act One." Set in the 1920s, "Act One" is James Lapine’s adaptation of Moss Hart's classic autobiography which eloquently chronicles th...more

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Female, ages 40-49, All Ethnicities

Role Description

Aunt Kate: (Supporting) Moss's aunt, English born, Jewish immigrant. Lillie’s older sister. A larger than life figure to Moss, she behaves like a lady of leisure, putting on airs and disdaining work of any kind. An incurable romantic, extremely intelligent, opinionated, and a vivid storyteller, she recreates her evenings spent at the theater for a rapt and captive audience consisting of her nephew, Moss and her sister, Lillie. Overly dramatic, she feels herself above her circumstances.